Identification

For purposes of identification, the election official(s) will ask all voters to provide identification. However, only first-time voters who registered by mail and did not provide ID when registering are required to provide ID.

If a first-time voter who registered by mail did not provide ID when registering, the voter must provide ID or he/she must vote a PROVISIONAL ballot.  If a voter (including first-time voters who registered by mail and provided ID when registering) is unable to provide identification, the election official must indicate on the precinct voter registration list that the voter did not provide identification and give the voter a REGULAR ballot.

  • a current/valid photo ID such as a driver's license
  • a copy of a current utility bill that shows the voter's name and address
  • a copy of a bank statement that shows the voter's name and address
  • a copy of a government check or paycheck that shows the voter’s name and address
  • a copy of another government document that shows the voter's name and address)